GREATER PARIS - - SOMMAIRE - By Pa­tri­cia Va­li­cen­ti

BUSTRONOME A Gas­tro­no­mic Jour­ney Un voyage gas­tro­no­mique

It is a great and gour­met way to vi­sit the French ca­pi­tal on board a double de­cker bus out­fit­ted with a pa­no­ra­mic roof and wi­thin which fine cui­sine is ser­ved. Bustronome has been tra­vel­ling through the streets of Pa­ris since 2014, of­fe­ring a luxu­ry am­biance and a fine tas­ting me­nu to pa­trons looking for a unique way to take in the ci­ty. As the bus, equip­ped with an au­dio-gui­ded tour in nine lan­guages, wends its way past the ma­jor sites like the Eif­fel To­wer, Notre Dame and the Louvre, guests are ser­ved a gas­tro­no­mic meal in four courses for lunch or six for din­ner, and re­cent­ly a brunch on Sun­days. You can opt for wine pai­rings for each course or not and all of the me­nus can be adap­ted for any special re­quests from glu­ten-free to ve­gan. Sea­so­nal and mar­ket ba­sed cui­sine, ex­pert­ly pre­pa­red by the chef Sé­bas­tien Ni­col­leau, is ser­ved in style with the me­nu chan­ging eve­ry two months. The Bustronome em­bo­dies a new ap­proach to French cui­sine, bis­tro­no­mie, a com­bi­na­tion of ca­re­ful­ly pre­pa­red gour­met dishes by a fine chef cou­pled with the sim­pli­ci­ty and convi­via­li­ty of a Pa­ri­sian bis­trot.

The tours can be cus­to­mi­zed.

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